Movie-Inspired Tours with Kensington

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See lemurs on the Madagascar Adventures tour inspired by the film, Island of the Lemurs: Madagascar.
See lemurs on the Madagascar Adventures tour inspired by the film, “Island of the Lemurs: Madagascar.”

Hollywood’s film sets can’t compare to the real-life experiences travelers can take with Kensington Tours’ private-guided itineraries inspired by this fall’s blockbuster films.

There’s the 4-day Madagascar Adventures tour that offers travelers lemur sightings, walking safaris, night treks, kayaking, canoeing and leisure time at the beach and will make them feel like they’re hanging with the folks the animated documentary film,  “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.” Travelers can also contribute to the community by volunteering in local projects including environmental restoration, malaria education, and primary school maintenance. Rates start at $1,180 pp.

Other movie-inspired tours include the 17-day Australia Grand Journey ($6,995 pp), in which visitors can follow, sort of, in the footsteps of the protagonist from “Tracks”; the 26-day South America Odyssey ($16,490 pp) itinerary traveling through South America, where Simon Bolivar, the main character of the film, “The Liberator,” became a political leader; the 8-day The Taste of Italy tour ($5,464 pp) modeling the foodie film “The Trip to Italy”; the 6-day New York City Highlights tour ($2,789 pp), inspired by “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and offering a private helicopter tour of the five boroughs and visits to famous tourist attractions; the 5-day Berlin Wall 25th Anniversary itinerary, which runs for $2,695 pp and is ideal for WW2 enthusiast, as is the new Brad Pitt film, “Fury”; and the Transylvania Explorer itinerary visiting Romania, which gave countless inspirations to Dracula tales, including this year’s film, “Dracula Untold.” For more information, visit kensingtontours.com/tours.

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